(WXYZ) - Charges may be coming Friday in the controversial case of a teen shot and killed on the porch of a Dearborn Heights home.
Renisha McBride, 19, was shot in the face on the porch of a Dearborn Heights home earlier this month by the homeowner.
"I would be shocked if he wasn't charged," said Gerald Thurswell, the attorney representing the McBride family.
Our police sources are telling us that police concluded an additional investigation by Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy that Worthy requested from them.
She also has invited police to her offices Friday morning before she makes an announcement at 11 a.m. Worthy has not told police if there will be charges yet, but they are confident that is what they will hear tomorrow.
If charges are announced, Thurswell said the minimum charge the homeowner should face is manslaughter.
"To get a conviction for manslaughter you show that he shot and killed her and he was upset and excited and he pulled the gun, he pulled the trigger," said Thurswell.
The controversial case took a twist earlier today when the toxicology report on McBride came out.
A report released Thursday by the Wayne County Medical Examiner's office shows that McBride had a blood alcohol level of .218 %. That is almost three times the legal limit.
"She's less of a threat because she's so drunk," said Thurswell.
The 54-year-old homeowner told police when he shot McBride he thought she was trying to break into his house. Her family believes she was trying to get help after crashing her car.
We have tried to get in touch with the homeowner's attorney but she has not gotten back to us today.